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Anatomy of a B2B Landing Page

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The Core Elements of a B2B Landing Page:
1. Headline
2. Main Image
3. Call to Action
4. Small Image
5. Body Copy
6. Form
7. Testimonial
8. Embed Content
9. Button

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Anatomy of a B2B Landing Page

  1. 1. Small Image Provide a thumbnail of your download or highlight a key feature or benefit. Use a caption to tell the story. Testimonial Use testimonials to provide social proof. Make sure the the subject is relevant and credible to the desired audience of your landing page. ANATOMY OF A 
 B2B LANDING PAGE Headline Your headline is essential for grabbing the reader's attention. Be sure it matches the message of the email or ad that brought them to your landing page. Main Image The main image should be relevant to the message and the context of the viewer. Show the product in use to highlight a key benefit. Call to Action The call to action emphasizes what you are offering in exchange for filling out a form or clicking a button. Make it clear, concise and compelling. Body Copy Provide more details and key features & benefits. Use bullet points to make it easier to skim. Emphasize what makes your offer unique. Embed Content Reinforce your message or demonstrate your offer. Showcase a customer via YouTube or provide a sample of the download via SlideShare or Scribd. Button Keep the button consistent with the call to action and emphasize what they will receive. Think “Download the Guide” rather than “Submit.” Use color & contrast to make it stand out. 1 www.pagemutant.com | @pagemutant Small Image “Testimonials provide social proof.” Embed Content   (Slides, Video) Main Image Call to Action Get the Offer Headline  Grabs  Attention Secondary  Headline  Supports The body copy enables you to provide more details about your product, service or offer. It is best to keep the paragraphs fairly short. • Bullet points facilitate skimming your most important points • Be strategic about which elements are bullet points • Too many bullet points and your reader will skip them all together Caption Confidence Builders Privacy PolicyLegalese Logo Email First  Name Last  Name Company 3 Form Limit the number of fields to match the viewer’s stage in the buying process. Test different form lengths and ask for information that helps with lead scoring. 9 4 5 6 2 8 7 http://go.yourcompany.com/B2B-landing-page

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